This installation explores tourists’ responses to glacial calvings. Glacial calving is a term that describes the event of the end of a glacier breaking off. While calvings naturally occur, global warming is causing increased calving frequency. This tiled video projection displays up to ten videos simultaneously, sampled from over 50 YouTube videos which document ecotourists’ experiences of glacier calvings. Each time the glaciers calve and crash into the water below, the tourists surprisingly erupt with laughter, cheers, and applause. This piece investigates emotional responses to climate change in order to better understand how we might be able to more effectively communicate the perils of climate change.